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. thanks to you at home for staying with us this hour. okay. this is laura poitress, an american filmmaker. she won a mccarther genius award last year. miss poitress makes documentaries. her first one was columbus, ohio, about gentryification in columbus, ohio. she's been working on a trilogy about the war in terror, starting with a documentary about life in iraq under u.s. control during the u.s. war in iraq. the second part tells the story of two men from yemen including one who was a driver for osama bin laden. miss potress is still working on the third installment in that trilogy which is about u.s. surveillance of phone calls and e-mails and so on since 9/11. she posted a bit of that one last year on "the new york times" website. >> build social networks for everybody. that turns into the graph then you index all that data to that graph which means you can pull out a community, that that gives you an outline of the life of everybody in the community. and if you carry it over time from 2001 up, you have that ten years worth of their life that you can lay out in a timeline that involves
. triggering what's increasingly appearing to be an imminent u.s. response. >> as the u.s. considers its military options, with each passing day, it looks more and more like a u.s. strike against the syrian government. it's just a matter of time. abc's devin dwyer has the latest from washington. good morning, devin. >> reporter: that's right. president obama's national security team met at the white house last night to discuss syria. the president has decided to take action. the only question, now, is how. this morning, the white house has absolute certainty that syria's bashar al assad poisoned his own people. >> there's no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> reporter: still, no decision on how the u.s. will respond. the white house, saying all options are on the table. the pentagon has identified potential targets for air strikes against syria. but officials say removing assad from power is not a goal. president obama has been working the phones with world leaders, while top aides are making the case to members of congress.
president a thug and, and the world had a moral obligation to punish syria for using chemical weapons. there are more disturbing weapons coming out of syria. there was an attack in northwest syria. the bomb may have contained napon or similar substance that sticks to skin and causes severe burns. consider this is next. >> the action or inaction in syria. the death toll for the recent gas attack has risen, giving more fuel to those who want to attack the country. but who will get help and who will get hurt if america intervenes? and more than a million syrian children most under 11 are now refugees. the major humanitarian crisis, and what's next. >>> plus california losing money from the movie industry. and google and the world brain. the internet giant plants to put every book in the world online. >>> hello, in consider this, there are grave concerns. a threat to national security and a challenge to the world. >> it increases the risk of chemical weapons, and what we use of the future and it falls in the hands of terrorist who is might use them against us. >> reporter: and as secretar
was a kid, electronics wasn't as much of a part of our lives as it is to the kids right now. i used to go outside. granted when i went outside it wasn't so much for playing, however, i still went out there. >> reverend t.i. proves it can be clean "the family huggle." >> how central is family to your life? >> it always has been. ever since i've been a celebrity or a professional musician, if you will, my kids and just my immediate family has always been ever present. >> shut it down. family meeting. >> right now? >> right now! >> ah! >> hey, everybody, what is your problem with you guys? and you are wasting a perfectly sunny summer day. you know what, that does it. we're going camping. how about that? >> i'm going to let you in on a little secret. i've never been camping. but neither have they! how hard can it be? >> you have millions of fans out there, millions of people around the world who appreciate your journey, struggle and talent. if you had to give one piece of advice to them to move their lives forward in a positive way what would it be? >> anytime you're looking to achieve a cert
>> alisyn: good morning, everyone. today is august 3rd. i'm alisyn camerota. thanks for joining us bright and early. we begin with a fox news alert for you because the state department issues a worldwide travel alert and shuts down embassies across the middle east after a terror threat. we have all of the latest for you from washington. >> and so much for civility and colored blindness. charlie rangel goes on a racist rant calling the tea party a white cracker. should the liberals condemn these comments? >> a scary wakeup call, why not sleeping through the night signal something more serious about your health. this is "fox & friends" and it begins right >> alisyn: good morning, everybody. thanks to much for joining us. peter johnson jr. in for clayton this morning. >> peter: good morning. >> alisyn: great to have you back, tucker. we is missed you. >> tucker: thank you. >> alisyn: a fox news alert we start with because there are some new details emerging on the al qaeda terror threat. shutting down 21 u.s. embassies tomorrow. and it has led at the a worldwide travel alert for ameri
of the u.s. cars an homes are being washed away by the rapid water and oprah says a shop in switzerland refused to show her a handbag she wanted to buy. she says she was the victim of racism. we begin in idaho where the search for teen hannah anderson and her alleged kidnapper is intensifying. last hour, officials in cascade, idaho, said dozens of federal agents were scouring through a remote area, but the wilderness is making the search difficult there. paul is live for us now in san diego where the suspect is believed to have kidnapped the teenager after allegedly killing her mother and brother. officials are saying they're going to descend upon that vehicle that was abandoned there in idaho to look through it and see if more information can be found. like what? >> well, first off, let me tell you this, that the suspect apparently tried to hide that vehicle. it was covered in brush. he had pulled off the license plate somehow, but they found it and the big concern was that perhaps it was booby trapped, rigged with homemade bombs. he does have military experience. was a navy core man.
for watching us. fear and loathing at the news stands. that's the subject of this evening ups talking points memo. it was shock and awe for the "the washington post" yesterday. when it was announced that amazon founder jeff bezos bought the paper for a mere $250 million. in the past three weeks two other former media giants "newsweek" and the "boston globe" were also sold in fire sales. these publications have been running enormous operating losses for years and advertisers and subscribers have fled in huge numbers. now, sure the tee klein of these print media outlets generally tracks the rise of internet and cable, and certainly some of the old dinosaurs were not exactly fast to inknow valt and figure out how to harness the power of online journalism. but one of the driving factors in their decline was the fact that awful these publications reflected a single mind set. they were managed by secular progressives, edited by secular progressives, and written by secular progressives for a public that was anything but. and for decades, they used their monopoly power to push their agenda, regardle
is live with us. what else do we know about this victim? >> the medical examiner released the identity of the victim this morning. 30-year-old ronald homer, jr., said to be a landscaper and a life-long fan of the atlanta braves. he lived in conyers, georgia, suburb to the east of atlanta. his mother says she spoke with her son by cell phone moments before the fall. he told her they rain was beginning to let up and he was about to go back in and watch the game. he son ended the call telling his mother that he loved her. shep? >> shepard: i mentioned that police say this does appear to be an accident. they're pretty sure about that. >> they are pretty sure. i they do not believe that foul play was involve, and minutes ago the medical examiner released preliminary results front an autopsy. the medical examiner saying that the autopsy is revealed the cause of death was blunt force trauma that resulted from an 85-foot fall. so apparently the distance much greater than the 60 to 65 feet that we originally had heard this morning and that blunt force trauma caused by his impact, obviously, wit
if president obama decides to strike syria and top u.s. officials say those strikes could start as soon as thursday and will send a definitive message to assad. with syrian ally russia wheeling power on the veto council, this might happen without a u.n. mandate. it's happened before, like the 1999 nato op in the former youk slav ya. the u.s. has four naval destroyers in the mediterranean. so far, they have no orders to prepare for action. doctors without borders puts the death toll from last week's poison gas attack over 350 with 3600 injured. p u.n. inspectors were kept out today because of security concerns, this amid new reports that assad forces launched a separate chemical attack money in aleppo, allegedly usining napalm. ayman, i want to the start by getting your response to something jay carney said today about the options they are considering in terms of a strike in syria. >> the options that we are considering are not about regime change. they are about responding to a clear violation of an international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons. >> so ayman, if we do
and texture and color of san francisco. so, all of us can stop looking at the death of george moscone and start to put him firmly in our hearts so we can see the likes of him in new community leaders, young artists, queer and colorful, innovators and students, all inside our magnificently and uniquely diverse and never-changing city. san francisco will never be what it was, nothing in life will be. but as i heard recently, we are always nostalgic for a time that never was and often wanting to avoid a future that is inevitable. will change in san francisco as in everywhere is inevitable. and change can be beautiful. we are all of us the agents of change. as george and harvey were. each one of us is the story teller of our lives and the lives of the people we've lost. and that wasn't always the case, as willie mentioned. but because of the likes of george and harvey and so many others, all the way to our mayor ed lee, all of us have voice. all of us can tell the story. so, let's crowd source this thing. let's tell the real stories of george and harvey. stories of their hard work and pol
are not acquiring human capital in the form of education and skill sets to use charles' very wonderful phrase that is going to build this country and build up self-esteem and self-worth of the people of this country. we have a whole culture that's not starving but it's starving for self-esteem. they resort to violence, drug addiction, premarital and extramarital sex. we have a whole culture that is just dying from lack of self-esteem and that's from lack of work. >> people like him perpetuating it, right, adam? >> i know you don't want to comment on that for me. >> i don't, indeed. stick around, we're going to take a break. >>> in the meantime, no way to the nsa. why the lawmakers are saying the best way to defund the agency right now. the "cashin' in" crew is all over it at the bottom of the hour. >>> one of the largest stock exchanges stopped cold for three hours. they're calling it technical difficulties. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning... to like 1,000 bees that wer
the economy starting to stabilize. business expanding for the first time in 18 months. the market using composite purchase managing index up to 58.5 from 48.7 in june. breaks the 50 threshold for the first time since january 2002. headline figure revised up a tick from the permanent reading of 50.4. slightly better. that's just taken the euro/dollar to the best levels of the session at 132.89. below 133. trading tight ranges on euro/dollar. joining us is jonathan tapper. nice to see you today. the pmi is now almost just about in expansion territory for europe. are you confident that we finally got -- after two years we finally got some sustainable growth coming back? >> i think that this is a cyclical upturn. we are seeing some improvement. varying perceptions. the research firm i run, work with, we have leading economic indicators. what's interesting, a lot of this upturn is improvement we're seeing, was really flagged beforehand by the upturn in some of the leading indicators we had seen. so yield curves, steep end in europe. particularly last year after draghi's speech where he said
,700 level for the third day in a row and nasdaq helped by apple. starting the week in the red. joining us for more, we begin with the market panel, paul from heritage capital, doug from riverfront investment group, kenny from o'neil securities, who's just finishing up trading and will join us shortly. guys, welcome. paul, let's kick off with you. we're looking at the start -- negative start, down about 46 points in the dow. how worried are you? >> i'm not worried. i mean, listen, the market's had a great run. last week, a great run since june 24th. even if you went down 1%, 2%, 3%, i think it's just a tiny little dip. it's barely a rounding error. and the markets, to me, are clearly headed higher in the short term. >> doug, you buying into this weakness, as well? >> yeah, i think we are buying into this weakness. we also are finding that the u.s. has had a really great run, and, you know, the whole point of making your most money when reality and expectations are in disalignment, that's not the case right now in the u.s. things are good and people recognize that. i think the real opportun
of benghazi and of terrorism around the world. so dana, he has had death threats on him, he thanked the u.s. government keeping him safe through all of this. the administration has characterized this as hate speech, islam phobic, and he is trying to educate the world on something the administration says doesn't exist, that we're not at war with radical islam. what's wrong with that. >> coming up on a year since the benghazi attacks. i remember it was on a saturday morning i woke up, i sent an e-mail to greg and another friend and i said i cannot believe the united states of america, that the government is going to try to blame somebody who made a video for deaths of americans in libya. this can't possibly be happening. here we are a year later and he is in jail for unrelated reasons. probation violations and used an alias. it is not that he hasn't done anything wrong, when you've done something wrong you don't pick up everybody on a probation violation put a towel on their head, make them go to jail for the year, not the aclu or anyone from hollywood turned out to help this guy. the other t
airport is using a heard of goats, sheep, lama to trim the grass. >> all that -- >> dr. king spoke. i said wake up wake up america. >> and he said i have a dream. so weren't you fighting each other? >> and all that matters. >> emotional testimony from halle berry and jennifer garner on aggressive paparazzi. >> i don't want a gang to continue traumatizing my kids. >> on "cbs this morning." >> this teenager making a big entrance at his bar mitzvah. ♪ ♪ i love to dance ♪ >>> welcome to cbs this morning. good morning norah. >> good morning. we've got some breaking news. >> as you wake up in the west we're learning more about the crash of a u.p.s. cargo jet this morning in birmingham alabama. >> birmingham's mayor says just two people were killed the pilot and co-pilot of that air bus. rick jackson of our birmingham affiliate is at the scene. rick, good morning. >> reporter: yes we're about half a mile away from the actual accident scene here. the reason why is because officials early on block the entire perimeter off because of the explosions going off. that ha
near the texas border. the u.s. had offered $5 million for his capture. the cartel is linked to massive drug smuggling and violence along the u.s.-mexican border. >>> kidnapped teenager hannah anderson speaking out for the first time since her rescue. she thanked sporers as she left a fundraiser in california. >> no, thank you, just thank you. >> all money from the car wash will help pay for her ongoing therapy and funeral costs for her mother and brother. james dimaggio killed them before fbi agents shot him dead. those are your sunday morning headlines. >>> this morning british police are looking interest a brand-new shocking claim that princess dine aana was murdered by a mem of the british miller. live in london with the bombshell details making the first page of the "new york post" this morning. >> reporter: yes, it's incredible to think in just a couple weeks time it will be 16 years since princess diana was killed in that car crash in the underpass in the center of paris. there are those who over the years have refused to believe the official version of events. they have instead
in seattle as police there seem to be encouraging marijuana use on the streets. a direct violation of the law. we have a special report on that. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. warfare breaks out in major league baseball. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in 2007, this man, third baseman alex rodriguez signed an astounding $275,000,000.10 year contract with the new york yankees. two years later rodriguez committed he used steroids before major league baseball banned them. by extension that drug use helped the ball players succeed and eventually make all that money. well now, rodriguez has been suspended by major league baseball for allegedly using performance enhancing drugs again. a rod, as he is called, has appealed that suspension which for a whopping 211 games. far more than the other 12 suspended players. while the appeal is underway, rodriguez can play and get paid. but if his appeal is denied, rodriguez could lose many, many millions of dollars. now, l
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? seems another al qaeda currier had another major slipup recently. though it's not as if they can use fedex, can they? >> and back on the job after being forced to go on leave in the aftermath of benghazi attacks. now they're back. what does it actually take to lose a job at the state department? apparently dropping the ball ahead of a terrorist attack is not enough. >> and the money lead. sure one in five mortgages are still under water but at least we learned our lesson from the 2008 market meltdown. didn't we? president obama doesn't seem to think so. in fact, he seems concerned it could happen again. >> good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. welco welcome to "the lead." >> terrifying moments today when shots forced frightened kids outside the classroom and anxious parents racing to the scene. david mattingly joins us live with the latest. david, what is the story? >> reporter: jake, you might be able to hear a big cheer going up in the parking lot of this shopping center away from the school. this is the staging area where the children are now being brought to be reunited with
kidnapping, next. plus, world leaders are reacting to serial's alleged use of chemical weapons on civilians. >> are those trees moving? keep watching. this is what happened when a sinkhole opened up in louisiana, swallowing a group of trees. the sinkhole originally appeared in the waterway last year, prompting an evacuation. state and federal agencies have been monitoring the situation. the 16-year-old who was kidnapped by a family friend is speaking out for the first time. hannah anderson said she wanted to clarify some things, like the text with her 40-year-old abductor the day she was taken. joe dimaggio killed hannah upon smother an eight-year-old brother in san diego before taking hannah -- hannah's mother and eight-year-old brother before taking hannah captive earlier this month. he was killed in a shootout with the fbi. wanted to thank the amber alert and the sheriffs and the , everyone that put in their time to find me. >> hannah's mother and brother will be buried this weekend. covering the world, leaders are now reacting to the allegations of chemical weapon use on civilians near
is a discounting mechanism. take a look. what turned us around this week? it was the number numbers, the china pmi numbers that were better than expected. we're starting to get a little bit more of the global support and that's what's started to turn us around a bit. i think that's what gives some people confidence that we're going to see gradual recovery. >> listen. i hear you. we're already up 2% year to date. we're up 20% already. i think my sense of the market just feels like it's a little bit ahead of itself. so when i talk about this pullback, that's what i mean. >> ralph, jump in here. >> stephanie's right. >> i think this is the exact sentiment that makes you more bullish. >> absolutely. stephanie said something that was absolutely correct. the market is a discounting function. we're at all-time new highs. what is the market saying? the market is saying the future's going to be better, brighter. come on, guys. it doesn't get much better than this. >> leave it there. we're going to watch it. ralph acampora, kenny polcari and stephanie link with us. mousafa have i pronounced it correctetly?
in july, nonfarm payrolls. back to you. >> all right, bob, thank you. down on the floor for us. joining us now in our "closing bell exchange" is kyle harrington, anton, josh, and rick santelli. josh, you mentioned how you saw a record amount of money in july flowing into u.s. equity funds. well timed or too late to the party? >> i guess that's a function of the individual person's timeframe. but let's focus on what the big picture here is, scott. why is this happening? we haven't had an economic blowup in quite sometime. and a lot of that money has been hiding out, as though a blowup were imminent. in the meantime, the fed has added about $2 trillion, by my count, of excess liquidity into the system, totally pent up, and at this point, people are starting to envision a future where we actually get some decent growth. it's not here yet. but some of the signs are starting to point that way. so i'm not surprised at all to see the flows coming in. the most important thing, guys, is that money does not chase value. money chases performance. stock market versus bond market over the last three ye
stories to talk about today. let's get a quick check on the markets. the u.s. equity futures that the hour, they're barely budged. look and see what happened there. yesterday, we saw some new records. nasdaq at a 13-year high. and the russell 2000 at another all time high. interesting news, the vix, volatile dropped off the planet. at around 11. and so we'll continue to see what happens. we're in august, and some of these numbers will tell you just that. today's economic calendar is light. we have two reports to watch. international trade at 8:30 eastern time. and then at 10:00, the labor department announces job openings and labor turnover survey known as jolt. as for earnings, we have adm and liberty media. they're the names that are reporting quarterly results before the bell. this afternoon, you have disney in focus. we're not through the earnings season yet. here is the big news. amazon founder jeff bezos is buying "the washington post" newspaper for $250 million. this deal ends the graham family's 80 years of ownership. he calls this acquisition a personal endeavor. not amazon money
here are clearly using live ammunition. they are firing into the side streets. there are front line positions between protesters, security forces all over cairo. and this one looks like it is about to get very ugly. >> fortunately he and the rest of our crew safe. at least two journalists killed there. today the u.s. embassy in cairo has closed. the white house says it strongly condemns the use of violence against protesters in egypt. >> the world is watching what is happening in cairo. we urge the government of egypt and all parties in egypt to refrain from violence and resolve their differences peacefully. >> egypt has now declared a month-long state of emergency. we are going to have a live report from cairo coming up. >>> deadly crash. this is the fiery scene after a ups plane went down near an alabama airport this morning, killing the pilot and co-pilot on board. >>> also today, primetime players, anthony weiner may be fading in the polls, but his opponents had plenty to say in last night's debate. >> i think it's very clear to all new yorkers that neither me nor anybody else o
see the difference all of us can make. together. >>> welcome back, everybody. earlier in the show we asked you what's the wildest party you've ever been to based on sammy's barmitzvah video. look at this guy. right? this is how he came out to his crowd of cheering supporters. first he started out with a christine aguilera impersonator and they dropped down this ball and he appears from behind it, choreographed dance. we asked you #waytoorowdy what was the best party you ever been to. noah tweeted us one time i went to a party and there was a goat in the living room drinking beer from a bucket. that would not be a barmitzvah. that would be tuesday at college. right? i mean that's college. but i was thinking 1985 would have been my barmitzvah if i were jewish and if i had the moxie i would have come out to like the neutron dance by the pointer sisters. remember that? no one remembers. >> i remember it. >> you remember? okay. . can't get anybody telling me they like the pointer sisters here. that was "way too early." hopefully i'll be invited back. "morning joe" starts right now. . >
revolution. you may not know how to use the web, any things all of us take for granted. the world has passed you by. it is it -- it is a difficult thing to try to gure out how to catch up. host: what is available in the prison system, it goes to that idea. to help that transition out. guest: a lot of the money being spent to build new prisons could be spent on helping these people get back into the community and earn a job. points.e some good i was in the women's prison a few months ago. the woman i was in there with, she told me the nice building across the street, it used to be a college library. she was allowed to go there for 15 minutes once a week. how is that going to help her get back into the community? guest: richard is with the group right on crime. we're also joined by mark bauer of the sentencing project, he serves as their executive director. in light of announcements made by the attorney general this week. lidia is on our others line from maryland. is a godsend. 16 years ago, i had a son who started using drugs after the death of his son, but he was gainfully employed the whole
and transparent, now is the time to get the answer. tell us why yo you're doing what you are doing and maybe people will be a little bit more forgiving. dagen: did he get any momentum, did he get any pop from where he is talking about housing which can come back to bite you in your you know what. >> people want barack obama to stop what around the country and talking about these issues, lock himself in a room and sit with republicans and democrats to focus on these issues. it would be significant lehigh or if we didn't have his people leaving the labor force so people are not satisfied. he talked a lot about compromise. they are not seeing it. somehow he will come in as well. the function's ball, got the highest rating. >> you talk to barack obama's pollsters. what you see is barack obama despite having a rating below 2%, the most pop the politician in the country. you need to have somebody beating you at your own game before people can get you. the problem is he is at around 47, 48%. all things equal, he is in pretty good shape. dagen: how long have you and i known each other? i am an idiot
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emergency? >> eric: a college player gunned down by thugs in the u.s. allegedly. now australian officials are calling for a boycott of the u.s. with violent crime on the rise, will the economy take the fall? plus, just when you thought the nsa scandal couldn't get worse, now this. reports out the agency can snoop on three-quarters of all internet traffic. those being watched not just terror suspects. innocent miles per hours like you and me. then, a rare moment. hollywood heartthrobs making waves in a good way. what ashton kutchner said that has sarah palin and rush limbaugh singing his praises. "cashin' in" starts now. hi, everyone. i'm eric bolling. welcome to "cashin' in." the crew this week, wayne rogers, jonathan hoenig, katie and juan williams. australian chris lane was in oklahoma to have fun playing baseball at college. they gunned him down for fun. given the number of violent crime on the rise in the u.s., wayne, this is a credible, real threat to the economy. >> oh, yes, eric. for example, the ten most dangerous cities, poverty on the rise, unemployment on the rise. crime on the
in front of us is the danger of additional chemical weapons if nothing is done. this motion, this issue is not about arming the rebels. it is not arming the rebels. it is not about changing our approach on syria. it is about chemical weapons, and something i think everybody in this house has an interest in. >> thank you for giving way. the use of chemical weapons has made serious our business. the prime minister agree that we have a strong message to and to resident assad others on the use of chemical weapons and that not to stand by our efforts to deter them would be to undermine ourselves? >> one of the issues our constituents ask most is where is the british national interest in all of this. i would argue a stable middle east is in the national interest, but i think there is a specific national interest related to the chemical weapons and preventing their escalation. speech ine way to my a little bit. i have been trying to address these questions that people have. that me take the next question of whether we would be in danger of undermining our position. there is not some choice abo
action to punish the assad regime for the reported use of chemical weapons. will the united states to it alone? fox live team coverage on rapidly unfolding events in syria. >>> plus the bug guns are coming out to sell obamacare as the deadline to set up health care exchanges approaches after some major glitches in the rollout. >>> a husband pleads not guilty to a shocking murder in florida. what he says happened before he posted pictures of his dead wife's body on facebook. it's all happening now. jon: but force, secretary of state john kerry expected to speak about 90 minutes from now as we await the release of declassified intelligence assessment of the chemical attack in syria that killed hundreds of people, many of them children. good morning i'm jon scott. >> good to be here with you, jon. big news day. i'm alisyn camerota in for jenna lee. president hopes this will make the case of a military strike against the assad regime despite british it law makers voting against a strike and the u.n. security council ending in a dead lock. jon: top administration officials briefed membe
. >> thanks for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. >> good morning. hope you had a fantastic weekend. it is monday, august 12. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time. fox news alert. this teenage girl miraculously now safe and we're now hearing from the heroic horseback riders who spotted hannah anderson in the woods of idaho. >> they were like a square peg going into a round hole. they didn't fit. >> the tall tales and signs that gave them away coming up. >> parts of a florida resort near disney world collapses as guests try to escape. details ahead. >> wrestling got the boot but now one group is trying to shed its boots to get into the olympics. will pole dancing make the cut? one can only hope. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >>gretchen: i knew eric would not lead -- read that lead-in without personal commentary. they look athletic, right? >>eric: they do. they look great. this is impressive in its way. it is an olympic sport. >>tucker: maybe it is. i'm open-minded. >>gretchen: glad the two of you open-minded gentlemen are joining me. tuck
sounding another alarm about the danger of overreliance on sleeping pills and their long term use. abc's linsey davis has more. >> reporter: it appears we are a nation of insomniacs with a tendency to pop pills desperate for shut eye. a cdc report indicates 9 million americans admit to taking a sleep drug in the past 30 days. >> a lot of times people don't try other method first before medications. >> reporter: in fact america filled 60 million prescriptions for sleeping pills last year alone. we are among the most sleep medicated countries in the word. >> we are a 24 hour a day country. we are always on demand. >> reporter: evidence of the widespread use is prevalent on face book where people post "can't fall asleep. taking my ambien. lights out y'all. and ambien, i got to agree that i have a love/hate thing with you. i'm talking to a doctor about getting off of you. >> you have people that come to you and say i want to get off of this. >> all the time. the majority of the patients i see. >> reporter: not being able to sleep can be a curse, affecting a person's ability to function. re
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